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The common results of respiratory failure are hypoxemia and a. hypercapnia. b. bradycardia. c....

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The common results of respiratory failure are hypoxemia and

a. hypercapnia.

b. bradycardia.

c. vasoconstriction.

d. pulmonary emboli.

Respiratory failure:

Respiratory failure is an abnormality of the lungs. It arises either due to an insufficient supply of oxygen to the organs or increased concentration of carbon dioxide in the body.

Answer and Explanation:

Hypercapnia is the abnormal condition in which there is an abnormal increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide produced as a waste product of...

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Conditions Associated with Respiratory Failure

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Chapter 9 / Lesson 10
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